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involved in helping to stop and solve screams. more cameras to fight more crimes. the baltimore city police department's camera system hast just expanded. this foundation is providing a $53,200 grant that will allow police to act as private and public security scam raws at businesses and eventually home to the discretion of the owner. right now, baltimore city police have access is to more than 550 cameras to help them keep a watch out to crime. >> if something kicks off and goes awry, we could look at ure database and say, okay, this crime happened there. they have a camera. wow. let's check it out. >> reporter: this has credibilitied more than 12 -- to more than 1200 arrests. last year, this fatal shooting was caught on camera -- this has contributed to more than 1200 arrests. last year, the fatal shooting was caught on camera. >> if the crime happens inside of the store. we have to find out do you have a camera? is it operational? we already have that with this. >> reporter: and once the scene of a flash mob robbery say having police on their store is extra security they would expect. >>
sunset...//. the... search... resumes tom'w. 3 baltimore city police...need your help... fighting back.../ investigating... a ...triple shooting... this morning... in... north baltimore... that... left... one person dead. police say... two suspects ... entered... a home... near lothian... and... turnbridge road.../ the... suspects... then shot... three people... inside the home..../ a,... male victim... was shot in the head.../ he... later died..../ no... word ...on the condition... of... the other... two victims.... .or... the whereabouts of the suspects. baltimore police... arrest ...32- year- old... eras-mo... sandobal... and... 30- year- old... alberto ramos...//for... a shooting... at... a... southeast baltimore bar...//.it... happened saturday ... at... the "rancho blanco".... on... south fagley street.../.police... say... the 2... entered the bar.. / then... shot the victim...//. one... man... was detained... in... the bar.../ the... other ... ran away..../ th
crushed by a tree in northeast baltimore city. that souped -- that sound has become a common one as clean up continues. now we're left with power outages and all the damage and another issue the heat. it has turned deadly as the clean up continues. wjz and mike schuh is live near bwi this morning. mike is standing near a grove of cherry pickers. good morning, mike. >> reporter: that's a good one to put it. there's a giant tent just on the other side of here where the night shift is coming in and getting grubbed up with the food they're catering. they offer landry and all sorts of services. there are 1,300 out of state and sometimes out of country workers here. 3,300 people in all between the out of stateers and the bge crew trying to restore power. it's a massive effort. >> right in between. >> look closely. do you see the car underneath this tree? this man was driving on rogers avenue when it landed on top of him. >> the tree surrounding all four of my doors, cracked through my back window. >> emergency crews had to pry him out. now power crews are trying to untangle his car from that t
of which have been in baltimore city. and that danger is why doctors are telling people to stay out of the sun or find a cool place to cool off. >> reporter: another day under a vicious sun, as triple digit temperatures bear down on baltimore. >> the humidity has made it unbearable. doesn't matter if you're in the shade or in the sun. >> i'm sweating water now. i feel like a walking river right now. >> reporter: people sweating it out in the city. try to refuel. create their own shade, or simply ditch a few layers in an effort to stay cool. >> it's horrible. because it's so hot and sweaty. and it's just the noad -- not a good feeling. >> keeping cool with umbrella, water. >> reporter: but when it's this hot, the weather isn't just uncomfortable, it can also be dangerous. >> we definitely see a lot more people coming in who are dehydrated. they're not anticipating it. >> reporter: dr. michael witting works in the e.r.a. the -- e.r., the maryland medical center. he says people come in dehydrated, confused and weak. but it can get worse. >> the heat has been blamed for eight deaths in
numbers from bge. baltimore county has it the worse with 69,000 customers out. baltimore city and anne arundel county also hit very hard, a total of 213,000 customers are without electricity across maryland. the storm damage reaches far beyond power outages. rochelle richie and adam may are tracking the progress. >> reporter: we're right off of bologna avenue, let me show you the huge mess they're dealing with here. all these power lines dripping down into the road. that has caused crews to shut down the tree for now. there's a large tree blocking the roads. even some of the side roads are having problems. tree trimmers just arrived on the scene. a short time ago there was a huge branch that was literally hanging from those wires. they just cut it down so these streets should be opening up pretty soon. >> this was a loud and furious storm. >> reporter: maxine's yard looks like a bomb went off losing a few trees that were 150 feet high. >> oh my god, i couldn't believe it. this one took that one and all the way down. >> reporter: across baltimore county the sound of generators and chain
hear some music from the band? band? pan on the hill community fair takes place at baltimore city college high school on the parking lot saturday august 4th from 1:00p.m. to 9:00 p.m. for a complete list of activities go to fox baltimore dot com slash morning. coming up... you've got another chance to win 250-dollars in free groceries.we'll draw a name in our "giant summer contest"... sometime in the next á10 minutes.á (last sot) "all we wanted to do in the eyes of god was to be man and wife in a church where we thought we felt loved." loved." but next... a couple is denied having their wedding in a church... because of their race.how the pastor... is defending his decision today. i hear you're having a tough day, so i brought you a freshly made sandwich. you made me a sandwich? no, dunkin' did. but i wrote the note. dunkin' bakery sandwiches are freshly made just for you. grab a turkey cheddar bacon sandwich today. america runs on dunkin'. i'm one of six children that my mother raised by herself, and so college was a dream when i was a kid. i didn't know how i was gonna to
in annapolis, maryland giant tree burying a home. our viewer sent this a baltimore city police car crushed by a true. police patrol lines at a bp gas station, the only place for gas in town right now. if you have videos or pictures from the storm damaged areas please send them us to to ureport@foxnews.com or directly to me. or facebook.com/harrisfaulkner. remember stay safe when you senate. >>> the air force acknowledging it is looking into reports of sexual salt of female recruits. investigators saying there have been 31 victims women who say they've either been victims of sexual assault or misconduct by instructors, all of this happening at lackland airbase in texas over the past two years. first victim coming forward last june. 12 instructors under investigation, nine from the same squadron. molly henneberg on the story for us. the defense secretary weighing in. >> reporter: yes defense secretary panetta says he's very concerned. he says recruits are vulnerable during basic training and military leadership has to make sure instructors, don't take advantage of that situation. >> the comm
might imagine it is not without controversy. >> reporter: like many cities baltimore has long sold ad space on trains and buses. now politicians here are seeing red. how unusual is it? >> it is unusual. >> reporter: councilman pete welsh is behind a proposal to sell ads on fire trucks to stop the cash strapped city from closing three stations for good. >> it's not selling out. having advertising puts control in the hands of the fire department itself. >> please don't shut down these companies. >> reporter: the city council just voted to support the measure. >> when i first heard about the bill i thought it was idiotic. why look like nascar? why do we want to look like a bus going down the street. after the shock wore off this shows how far we have to go to think outside the box. >> reporter: apparently baltimore isn't the only town thinking outside that box. city leaders throughout the country are getting creative to make ends meet. chicago has sold ad space on some iconic bridges to bank of america. philadelphia has rented out a transit station to at&t. and the small town of brazil,
nearly 7-hundred-thirty thousand dollars this week to all 23 counties. baltimore city received about a quarter of the funds. the agency says maryland's sex offender registry contains nearly 8- hundred names. the governor is expected to call for a special session on gambling today. today.governor o'malley is expected to call lawmakers back the week of august 6th to consider measures legalizing table games.the bill would also authorize m-g-m entertainment to build a casino at the national harbor.... something that is sparking a lot of debate. (carter) "you can't just rubber stamp just because national harbor is a nice place and has a lot of money, you can't just say they're going to have a location, it's got to be open to others and there have to be chances for small and minority businesses to grow well." well."supporters say the national harbor casino would create jobs and bring additional revenue to fund maryland schools. the n-f-l is starting a new health program for its current and former players. players.the program will better assist players with physical and mental health... a
means that landlords cannot evict tenants for owning pit bulls. >>> baltimore's city fire chief getting a raise. the city council approved a new 6 year contract. by the ended -- end of the deal his salary will be $28,000 higher than his current pay. three city fire companies just closed due to budget constraints. >>> ann arundel county police are forced to use a taser on a man running naked through the street. police found james frederick brown partly nude. police say he threatened officers resisted arrest and it took several officers and a taser ♪ ♪ >>> welcome back to "cbs this morning." the enchanting unusual broadway musical "once" took home eight tony awards last month, including best musical. >> oscar independent film in 1996. tells the story of an irish musician and immigrant drawn together by love of music. >> the show's gifted star, steve kazee and cristin milioti are here. >> great to have you here. full disclosure, anybody associated with this show i became obsessed after seeing it. this is a lot of people feel go in not knowing what to expect and walk out of
slowly in baltimore city than elsewhere. the mayor said in the baltimore sun, quote, we might be annoyed and hot as heck. we can get over that. but if we lose a vulnerable citizen, we can't get over that. end quote. so why not restore power to, let's say, nursing homes first? >> well, it's always a challenge. we have our public safety priorities, and we always go after those first. those are 911s centers and water treatment plants and pumping stations. we spent the better part of the first day to two days doing those tasks. but when you get into aspects of life like nursing homes, beyond that type of public safety, you then start to get into a position of so which is more important? what are the priorities? and if you begin to do individual customers or individual segments of the population, then you really do elongate potentially the overall restoration. i think with respect to the mayor, we have been working very closely with her as well as the other local leaders in the counties and cities that we serve. and at the end of the day, all of us are working together to try and get the powe
to the special interests, it's up to you. we have breaking news...north baltimore there's been a police involved in the heart of the city's hampden neighbrohood. homicide investigators are on the ssene of the shooting which occured on weldon less than an hour ago.. police will be holding a news conference soon with more details on what happened. and we'll have more on this story as it becomes available. b-g-e releases a report that defends their response after last month's storm that left hundreds of thousands without power for days. days.karen parks... live... at... b-g-e headquarters ... downtown .../ where... she... just spoke... to officials... karen. 3 3 3 3 3 robert gouldbge spokesman 3 automatic... license... plate readers....///. tonight, .../ why... the... a--c--l--u... belives... "tag-readers"... could be ... an... invasion of privacy.... //////////////////////vo//////// ////////// "tag-reader"... cameras, .../ which re usually mounted on patrol cars,.../ scan every license plate... on... passing or parked vehicles.. / and... run the nu
credited the city of baltimore for first raising the issue of discrimination in the banque's subprime for this program. it is the second-largest settlement in the justice department post of history. another article we want to bring to your attention is in the new york times. it is on the farm bill. moved through the house agriculture committee. he first major overhaul of the nation's nutrition program is in jeopardy over the degree of spending cuts. moderates and democrats think the bill goes far enough in a time of economic growth. the-week economic growth. -- wear economic growth. -- weak economic growth. the current bill expires on june 30. we have a caller from virginia on the independent line. caller: if you can do your job, your health is irrelevant. everybody has a right to health care privacy, at least they keep telling us that. they give us a form telling us we have health care privacy. that was my comments. thank you. host: thank you. this is a story that has been getting a lot of national attention. the front page of the new york times. it is the abuse scandal at penn state
, yet another day riple digit temperatures from oklahoma city to baltimore. record breaking heat now linked to two deaths in chicago. severe storms through parts of tennessee, killing two people and knocking out power to thousands. >>> and thanks but no thanks. the lifeguard fired who leaving his zone for a rescue was offered his job back. why did he turn it down? we'll explain today, july 6th, 2012. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today," live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >>> and welcome to "today" on this friday morning. i'm natalie morales. >> i'm willie geist in for matt. more on this morning's jobs report in a mom. meantime the brutal heat wave that's gripped much of this nation expected finally to come to an end this weekend. >> you may be feeling the impact of the summer scorcher long after this weather cools down. we'll explain straight ahead. >> new details on that fourth of july tragedy off new york's long island, three children killed when a yacht capsized. this morning we'll hear from the man who was operating the boat at the time and lost his nephew in the
cutting city workers pensions and baltimore may sell ad space on the side of its fire trucks. here in scranton, the unions hope the courts hold the mayor in contempt till he decides to pay them their full wages, something he says he can't do even though it's guaranteed by contracts. the next payday is next friday, the 20th. >> the all right, thank you, ron. the scranton crisis is not just a local problem as other cities and towns face similar budget issues. scranton could become a political symbol. listen to how our first read team put it. "if you're the obama campaign, you might be a tad nervous about scranton story, after all, this is a narrative that the gop has been pushing for the past two years, governments are going broke. did you are in the gop trying to push this government is too big and unsustainable issue, you couldn't script the story any better." sam is the city's public works union president and drives a truck for the dpw and received a 62% pay cut. sam, thank you for your time. >> thank you. >> absolutely. let me get your reaction first off to what's happening there
, baltimore will be 98, with oppressive humidity there. also, dallas, indianapolis, kansas city and atlanta will all be in the upper 90s. what a rough start to summer, man. >> it's hot. >>> still ahead this morning, some stunning findings about that ship disaster off of italy's coast. >>> plus this morning, a damaging, new report about countrywide and its actions before the nation's foreclosure crisis. that's coming up in business news. >>> and that lifeguard mutiny in florida. think, no good deed goes unpunished. >>> welcome back, everybody. well, economists are crying, four more years. many experts believe that is how long unemployment will stay above 6%, whoever is elected president in november. the economists surveyed by the associated press expect the unemployment rates to be 8% come election day. and with 8.2% back in may. and we'll get the june figures tomorrow. >>> overseas investors are mostly on the sidelines, waiting for decisions by the european central bank. tokyo's nikkei average fell 24 points today. hong kong's hang seng was up 87 points. in london, the ftse opened lower. an
city, philadelphia, baltimore, washington, d.c., norfolk, virginia and back towards chicago and detroit. and cincinnati. all these areas another scorcher of a day. take a look at your temps where you are right now. the heat indices right now. factor in the humanity, -- humidity. 87 in st. louis. this has just gone on and on and when your overnight temperatures don't cool down, your house doesn't cool down and that causes the big big problems. take a look at your forecast for the day today. obviously all about heat in the areas of the northeast. today likely the warmest day we have seen so far this year. so a very very hot one. we will see a few pop-up thunderstorms because it's also humid with it. by the afternoon, a front is going to move through at least across areas like boston, hartford in towards new york city by this evening and drop temperatures but we will see some big significant storms, down to the southeast, also hot, we will see some very significant showers and thunderstorms as well. but look at that 106 in wichita. and into the northern plains, this is where you can start
it if it drops those temps a little bit. yellow includes big cities like baltimore, philadelphia, new york, and up towards hartford, connecticut the threat for severe weather today. likely some very strong winds will be the worst of it we saw what those winds can do with that big directional event we had last week in d.c. we could be talking about nasty weather here. the fortunate side is behind that there is cooler air moving. in tomorrow you see the temps there towards chicago, down to around 83. same with cleveland. and we are still warm here across areas a little bit in towards ohio valley. by the time we get towards the day on monday. that should say monday there. sorry about that going to be cooling down for a lot of people. temps back into the 80's, back where we should be, out across the west. there is improvement coming but we have got to get to the day on monday and then a big imprvment. in fact, much of the next week for the eastern part of the country is looking absolutely beautiful so we'll take it it be careful for the rest of this weekend. guys? >> movie theater. i don't kno
, baltimore, philadelphia, the oakland/san francisco bay area, new york city, cleveland and riverside- salmon and tuna-ontario, california. these are areas that were heavily impacted -- riverside- san bernardino-ontario, california. these are areas that were heavily impacted. wells fargo has agreed to conduct an internal compliance review of a subset of its retail subprime loans during 2004-2008 to identify any prime qualified african-american or latino retail customer who was improperly placed in a subprime loan. wells fargo will compensate these borrowers in an amount similar to the amounts paid to borrowers who received improperly subprime loans from the wholesale division. all amounts paid to retail customers will be in addition to the $125 million in relief for the wholesale customer. while the federal government must be a credible deterrent to those who would choose to violate our fair lending laws, the best policing is often the policing that comes from within. that work is vital to ensuring fair and equal treatment for borrowers and the success of thoughtful and comprehensive complian
southeast to baltimore where he spent two days. from there, he headed north to philadelphia where he rested for a night, he said before moving on to new york city. the details, it seems were meant to throw off any likely pursuers. if banks had escaped as he states in the letter of the 13th of february he could not have arrived in new york two days later given the stops he had made on the way. but buck -- the person who rented him was not fooled. he suspected banks had gone directly to philadelphia. he sent advertisements announcing the escape to a local slave traders in washington county. in the hope they could cut banks off short of free territory. unfortunately for buck the slave traders were at that time in pennsylvania doing business. there are some suggestion at least among the slave holders in virginia that banks had not acted alone. edward masse suspected he had left in the company of his brother, as i said. while it is not clear that banks had worked with others there had seemed to be a number of other escapes from the area around the same time which suggests the degree of co lugs a
heard about illinois. there was a matter involving the city of baltimore. and there will be announced later today regarding that matter as well. and finally, the state of pennsylvania, the pennsylvania human relations had a matter with wells fargo and that has also been resolved. that is part of this global resolution. i think it is a good day for american homeowners and american would be homeowners that can benefit from this. >> to questions -- they say that it is the mortgage brokers fault. how do you respond to that? second, what kind of time frame do you anticipate the mediation will get to homeowners? there is some concern about the country white settlement. >> wells fargo and any lender that has a wholesale or a retail arm is responsible for the conduct of people who are working under their supervision. the complaint alleges that individuals, originated, whether retail or wholesale -- or given discretion and were not properly monitored. that unfiltered or unmonitored discussion regrettably, in this case, and in other cases that we have seen, resulted in african- american and lat
. nice and quiet. a few clouds across portions of the southeast of the viewing area here. ocean city, rehoboth, little cloud cover. otherwise, nice looking start. should be in for partly to mostly sunny skies here by late morning. reagan national, 72 degrees. look at all the 60s. 65 in baltimore. 61 this morning in winchester. that's fantastic. 72 in ocean city. one of our coolest mornings yet this month. going to be a nice day. still will be warm with highs in the upper 80s to about 90. with lots of sunshine, not expecting much in the way of humidity, should feel good. 89 in washington. 90 fredericksburg. details on the weekend forecast in a minute. let's do traffic. julie wright has the latest. good morning. >> we're checking in with skyfox in just a moment, but we can show you the commute now along northbound 395 definitely below speed working past duke street continuing towards seminary road. remains heavy and steady at this point. i think we have skyfox with us again. they were above northbound i- 95. working northbound this morning you'll find the lanes are open, but the pace i
are some ideas about trimming spending. what would you do to get city spending under control? baltimore, maryland, on our independent line. caller: thank you for taking my call. it is time the start laying off all these politicians, 80% of them. get rid of their staff and cut their benefits. they are making more money than anybody else in the state and the taxpayers have to foot the bill for their medical benefits. it is time they start paying their fair share. host: do you have a concern that that would discourage your average citizen for running for office if they could not afford to do it without having another job? caller: let them do with another job. host: what else would you do? caller: the taxpayers are working two and three jobs. why should we have to foot the bill to pay their medical benefits and their big salaries? there is way to mentee representatives and the state of maryland and across the country. the house of representatives? the senate? there is 435 members of the house of representatives. let's cut that down to about 100. all their staff and make them pay for their b
. >> new york city will hit 93, with lower humidity. baltimore and chicago could break records with temperatures close to 100. phoenix cooler than usual at 97. >>> phoenix and other cities in arizona and new mexico are bracing for the annual monsoon season. outside albuquerque, they placed sandbags in and around homes as a precaution. and the national guard is there as well. just in case. there is a big risk of flash floods after recent wildfires burned off all of the vegetation. >>> and now we turn to some holiday outings that turned to tragic freak accidents. a 10-year-old boy swimming in an eastern tennessee marina was electrocuted in the water, and another boy, he nearly died. the two were swimming between houseboats on cherokee lake in east tennessee. several other people were taken to the hospital. >>> in missouri two children there were electrocuted in lake of the ozarks after swimming off a private dock, the victims a 13-year-old girl and her 8-year-old brother. adults raced to shut off the electric current to the dock and rescue the kids. it was simply too late. >>> no
-star harold reynolds, a former seattle and baltimore player, who will be covering the all-star game for mlb network and in kansas city, espn's jayson stark, who joins us from the field of tuesday's game. doris let me start with you. what is it about baseball that has given us this great staying power? we have been playing baseball in this country since the civil war, abraham lincoln -- >> my god. >> schieffer: played baseball. you wrote a book of some notice about it. what do you think it is about this game? >> i think it has to do with the fact it gets passed down from a parent to a child so it is part of your family memories, i mean in my state i was six years old and kept they art of keeping score so i could record for him the history of that afternoon's brooklyn dodger game, and he never told me then that all of this was actually described in the sports pages the next day so i threw it out and he wouldn't do know what happened to the brooklyn dodgers so my kids love baseball and part of the same fabric, we now have season tickets to the red sox, i can sometimes sit at the field and clo
in the program. >> just outside of new york city, the actual temperature yesterday was about 104 in newark new jersey. the temperature in baltimore maryland was about 107 in that direction. so it takes big storms to break the heat. [ beads rattling ] [ male announcer ] spearmint that tingles as you chew. stimulate your senses. 5 gum. now in micro pack. if you have copd like i do you know how hard it can be to breathe and what that feels like. copd includes chronic bronchitis and emphysema. spiriva helps control my copd symptoms by keeping my airways open a full 24 hours. plus, it reduces copd flare-ups. spiriva is the only once-daily inhaled copd maintenance treatment that does both. and it's steroid-free. spiriva does not replace fast-acting inhalers for sudden symptoms. tell your doctor if you have kidney problems glaucoma, trouble urinating, or an enlarged prostate. these may worsen with spiriva. discuss all medicines you take, even eye drops. stop taking spiriva and seek immediate medical help if your breathing suddenly worsens your throat
. metropolitan washington, d.c., chicago, baltimore, philadelphia, the oakland-san francisco bay area, new york city, cleveland, and riverside, san bernard mediacom and riverside california. ere e are areas that work impacted by these practices. in addition, wells fargo has agreed to conduct a review of a subset of its loans during the period of 2004 to 2008 to identify any prime qualified african-american or latino retail customer who was improperly placed in a subprime loans. wells fargo will compensate them in an amount similar to the amounts paid to them who received improperly, subprime loans, from the wholesale division. all amounts paid to retail customers will be in addition to the $125 million in relief for the wholesale customers. while the government must be a credible deterrent to those who would choose to violate our laws, the best policing is that that comes from within. the success of thoughtful and copper has of compliance work is reflected in the fact the vast majority of lenders across the united states are not violating the law. that is why i believe wells fargo should be com
this photograph was taken? the 1920's, 1930's? i remember growing up in baltimore and seeing all the different clothing manufacturers that were located in my city, so perhaps this is an historic photograph. mr. president, it's not. it was just recently taken in westminster, maryland. it's the english tailoring company. 380 jobs in maryland, producing the finest suits in the world. i say that because we can succeed in manufacturing in america. the last 28 months, we have seen an increase of 500,000 jobs in manufacturing in america. that's the largest growth since 1995 in our country. we've got to fight for our jobs and keep our jobs here in america. english american tailoring union employees, i had a chance to talk with them. they're -- they're happy not because they have a job, because everyone's happy to have a job. they know they have a good job and they have a company that cares about them, and they take pride in the product they are making. made in america. make it in america. we have. we have in maryland, in the united states. they make the best custom suits i think in the world because i
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